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Writing Essays and Reports

Author : Stephen McLaren
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This book is your easy guide to: preparing essays and re ports for high school, TAFE, university or business setting up a timeline for writing essays and reports research techniques structuring your work clearly and effectively drafting, editing and rewriting referencing other material in your work grammar, punctuation and language issues

Writing Essays and Reports

Author : Stephen McLaren
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Student s Guide to the Presidency

Author : Bruce J Schulman
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Introduces the role of the executive branch, summarizes key ideas and topics, and collects primary source documents including cartoons, photographs, speeches, and amendments.

Student s Guide to the Supreme Court

Author : Bruce J. Schulman
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An indispensable reference for students studying the Court Specifically written to engage high-school students, Student&BAD:’s Guide to the Supreme Court presents a comprehensive overview of the history, traditions, and people of the highest court in the land. This one-stop source does not require any prior knowledge of the Supreme Court and covers topics that meet national high school curriculum standards. Part One consists of three informative essays: The Supreme Court: The Weakest or the Strongest Branch?How Does the President Nominate a Supreme Court Justice?Do They Matter? How Supreme Court Decisions Affect Modern American Life. Part Two is an alphabetical section of key words and legal concepts spanning abortion to writs of mandamus. The members of the current Roberts Court&BAD:—including Sonia Sotomayor&BAD:—are profiled here, as are all chief justices and notable associate justices. Part Three complements the first two sections with a generous sampling of influential primary source documents, including landmark decisions, excerpts from justices&BAD:’ papers, political cartoons, and constitutional provisions related to the Supreme Court. Key Features Easy-to-readAligns with high school curriculumUnique three-part format

How To Write in Psychology

Author : John R. Beech
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A guide to the unique writing requirements of psychology. Filled with practical instructions and examples, it includes what the student needs to know about the principles and practice of writing for psychology. Suitable for those pursuing a psychology degree, it lays out helpful tricks to manage time and stay on track during writing assignments.

How to Write Essays and Reports Student Guide

Author : Morel Benard
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Writing assignments can cause students great stress, trying to understand the assignment criteria/brief in order to write assignments can lead to even greater anxiety. This first edition of How to Write Essays and Reports (Student Guide) sets out to help students identify and understand the process of essay and report writing, the book will help students to write better essays and reports for University and College. Students of all disciplines can make use of the book to plan assignments, improve academic thinking skills and reflective thinking skills. An example of a Reflective Assignment Brief and an example of a Report Assignment Brief is presented and step-by-step guidance given on how to debunk the brief when writing an Essay or Report. Use this book to: Plan EssaysPlan Reports Understand academic requirementsUnderstand Assignment Briefs/Learning OutcomesWrite Better Essays/Reports for University or Colleg

The Student Skills Guide

Author : Sue Drew
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This title was first published in 2001. This guide, in its second edition, outlines key skills for students with new sections on reflecting on your experience, critical analysis, learning styles and successful participation in seminars and meetings.

Student s Guide to Congress

Author : Bruce J. Schulman
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Who is running America—Congress or the President? The way Congress works: How does an idea become a law? Imagine how questions like these, in Student's Guide to Congress, will stimulate discussion among your students. The book covers topics such as: ? Origins of Congress Powers of Congress Congressional Procedures Congressional Leadership Elections and Constituents Student’s Guide to Congress is the second title in the brand new Student's Guide to the U.S. Government Series, which presents essential information about the U.S. government in a manner accessible to high school students. In a unique three-part format, these titles place at the reader’s fingertips everything they need to know about the evolution of elections, Congress, the presidency, and the Supreme Court, from the struggles to create the U.S. government in the late eighteenth century through the on-going issues of the early twenty-first century. Each Guide is divided into three sections: Part One Three essays, each addressing a provocative question about the book’s topic Part Two A-Z entries covering key concepts and terms Part Three Primary Source Library of legislation, Supreme Court cases, and other historical documents The user-friendly design includes: Pro/Con debates Maps Timeline Charts Photos Political cartoons Profiles of decision makers And much more! The Student's Guide to the U.S. Government Series from CQ Press is written so that students need no prior knowledge to understand the fundamental concepts presented. By placing at hand—in thought-provoking essays, easy-to-understand encyclopedic entries, and pivotal primary source documents—the essential information needed by student researchers and educators, the Student's Guide to the U.S. Government Series offers valuable resources for government, politics, and history classes.

Student s Guide to Elections

Author : Bruce J. Schulman
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The first elections reference specifically created to support students and teachers in U.S. government course Student’s Guide to Elections is an informative and engaging reference tool for young researchers seeking information on voting, the electoral process, and the history of U.S. elections. It offers accessible access to the key topics in high school U.S. government and U.S. history curricula. A comprehensive, single-volume resource, it features essays, encyclopedic entries, and primary source documents, to help students understand the history and significance of the U.S. electoral process. The user-friendly design includes boxed features, time lines, photos, maps, charts, tables, and political cartoons. Student's Guide to Elections is the first title in a brand new Student's Guide series from CQ Press. Uniquely, the Student's Guide series of books is written so that students need no prior knowledge to understand the essays, encyclopedia entries, or primary sources in these resources. With the 2008 presidential election looming in November, this volume will prove to be an indispensable resource for high school and public libraries, and a teaching resource for courses on U.S. government and political system.

A Student s Guide to Studying Psychology

Author : Thomas M. Heffernan
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Now in its third edition, this very popular guide to studying psychology remains an invaluable tool for students at both undergraduate and pre-degree level, along with those deciding whether to take psychology as an academic subject. Providing insights into the most critical aspects of studying psychology, A Student's Guide to Studying Psychology is distinguished from other texts by its easy to follow format and practical nature. Topics covered include: * perspectives within psychology * making the most of seminars, tutorials and lectures * how to write essays and empirical reports * guidelines on exam preparation and technique * information on careers in psychology and tips for applying for jobs, including how to write your own curriculum vitae. For this fully updated third edition, new advice is included on web-based research and referencing. Subject coverage is expanded to include contemporary research trends in cognitive neuroscience, evolutionary psychology and positive psychology. In addition, new material investigates postgraduate specialisms including neuropsychology, psychotherapy and sport psychology.